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Al Kent's 60 Minutes French Kiss



Al Kent 60 Minutes French Kiss

Al Kent's reputation for re-editing Disco tracks is just massive and we're VERY proud to offer this exclusive mix. The man has been releasing tons of good stuff in the last ten years, on his on Million Dollar Disco label, on Barely Breaking Even (BBE Records - check his Disco Love compilations), or under his own name or as the Million Dollar Orchestra… He's just one of the Disco kings out there today, so when we stumbled upon the details for this upcoming 5-CD boxset release, The Best of Disco Demands - A Collection Of Rare 1970s Dance Music, which looks like an absolute must-have for Disco lovers, we contacted BBE right away and thanks to their PR girl we managed to get in touch with Al Kent who's knocked down this fantastic Disco mix for the Paris DJs listeners who'll have a perfect one hour mixed selection for their end of the year private parties… The boxest itself (also available as two double vinyls LPs) will be released late january 2012, and our in-depth review should be published very soon (we're eagerly waiting for our promo copy)…

Al Kent 60 Minutes French Kiss
Al Kent's 60 Minutes French Kiss
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2011-12-04

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Tracklisting :
01. Dee Dee Sharp - Nobody Could Take your Place (Al Kent edit)
02. Odyssey - Inside Out (Al Kent remix)
03. Deodato - Whistle Bump (Al Kent edit)
04. Francine McGee - Delirium (Al Kent edit)
05. Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way (Al Kent edit)
06. MFSB - K-Jee (Al Kent edit)
07. Patrice Rushen - Haven't You Heard (Al Kent edit)
09. Sandy Barber - I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own (Al Kent remix)

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Credits :
Selected and mixed by Al Kent
Audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork layout by Djouls

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BBE : official | facebook (page) | facebook (group) | soundcloud | myspace | parisdjs | twitter | youtube
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MundoVibe MundoVibe ·  08 December 2011, 16:54

Such soulful and uplifting music, all with that special touch of love from the disco maestro Al Kent!
You can read a very in-depth interview with Al at MundoVibe:
http://mundovibes.wordpress.com/201...

Edgar Edgar ·  11 December 2011, 11:51

Very addictive, I can't stop listening this!


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